Printmaking Materials and Equipment
- Akua Kolor – great water-based inks
- Anderson & Vreeland – photopolymer plates
- BIG Etching Ground – etching ground with tutorials on how to use
- Caligo Inks – Cranfield oil and water-based inks
- E.C. Lyons Company – intaglio tools
- McClain’s Printmaking Supplies – all things relief
- Pictorico – transparency film for photopolymer plates
- Renaissance Graphic Arts – all kinds of printmaking supplies
- Takach Press – the best presses (we have 3!) from Albuquerque and the US source for BIG etching ground and Zea Mays Printmaking transparent base
- Environmental Working Group – information about cleaning supplies
- Nontoxicprint.com – vast resource for non-toxic printmaking
- Substratum –website about printmaking plates and health impacts
Funding Sources for residencies and workshops
- Puffin Foundation: http://www.puffinfoundation.org/
Awards grants of up to $2500 to individuals pursuing projects aimed to
inform the public about current national or global issues.
- NLAPW: http://www.nlapw.org/competitions/
A variety of funding opportunities open to women artists.
- Creative Capital: http://creative-capital.org/
Awards funding and access to artist development resources to artists with original project ideas.
- Artist’s Resource Trust (A.R.T) Fund for Individuals:
Available to New England and New York-based artists with some experience in their field and demonstrable financial need.
- Rhode Island Foundation Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson
Available to emerging or mid-career artists who live in Rhode Island.
- The Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation:
Offers grants to artists who demonstrate maturity in their practice
and financial need.
- The Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation:
Awards up to $1500 to artists with a developed portfolio and a new
project in mind.
- Sustainable Arts Foundation: http://apply.sustainableartsfoundation.org/
Awards $6000 to artists with children under the age of 18
- Artadia: http://artadia.org/
Funding for artists from Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los
Angeles, and San Francisco.
- The Awesome Foundation: http://www.awesomefoundation.org/
Awards $1000 a month for a variety of projects.
- MCC/ LCC Grant Program: http://www.northamptonartscouncil.org/p/grants.html
Offers funding to artists who bring art to the Northampton, Florence,
and Leeds communities.